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GGE Photo Album - 1997

Prof. Richard Langley and Prof. Ing. Frantisek Vejrazka, head of the Dept. of Radioelectronics of the Czech Technical University, Prague, on the occasion of Prof. Vejrazka's visit to Fredericton, 2-4 November 1997. During his visit, Prof. Vejrazka presented a seminar on Global Navigation Satellite System developments in the Czech Republic. (Photo: Marg Langley, 3 November 1997)

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The department held a cake-and-coffee party to say goodbye to Dr. Eugene Derenyi prior to his taking up retirement residence in Toronto.

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Chief Chef. At the end of August 1997, our new departmental chair Dave Coleman, and his wife Betsy, hosted a barbeque for the Geographic Engineering Group. Despite the rain, Dave managed to keep smiling and keep the chicken coming, thus once again demonstrating the high calibre of management skills he brings to the Department. This was a small celebration to recognize Dave Finley, who completed his Masters degree and is now with NBGIC, and Kati Komjathy, who was departing her job as research assistant in the Department to move to Boulder, Colorado, with husband (newly entitled) "Dr." Atilla Komjathy. (Photo: Sue Nichols, 29 August 1997)

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Some of the students from Albert Street Junior High School, Fredericton, on one of their visits to UNB's Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering. (Photo: Richard Langley, 18 February 1997)

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One of the students from Albert Street Junior High School, Fredericton, on the roof of UNB's Gillin Hall during a demonstration of "the GPS pencil" -- using the antenna of a GPS receiver in high precision differential GPS mode to trace out a message. (Photo: Richard Langley, 18 February 1997)

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Students from Albert Street Junior High School, Fredericton, with Volker Pechar (a visiting student from the University of Stuttgart, Germany, who is working on his diploma thesis at UNB's Department of Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering) on the roof of UNB's Gillin Hall during a demonstration of GPS. (Photo: Richard Langley, 18 February 1997)

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Prof. Eugene Derenyi at a Timbits® party celebrating his 65th birthday. With him is Mustafa Turker (Turkey) who was also being feted on the recent completion of his Ph.D. degree. (Photo: James Secord, 5 February 1997)

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Friday afternoon Forum. The Geographical Engineering Group meets every Friday afternoon to discuss research projects, thesis issues, and general happenings. (Photo: Sue Nichols, 31 January 1997)

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